12 thoughts on “Kiev: Revolution Aftermath”

    • Now, the runt Putin is trying to conquer the world. It is not “if” – Russia and russian president are the nazis now.

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      • Did the Russians opened fire on the police and the demonstrators? No, it was done by the nationalist militants, but in fact, the Nazi party the right sector. By the way in the Crimea, Russian troops were met with flags and shouting Russia, no Nazis in the Ukrainian government, thank you for protecting us.

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  1. What i cannot understand is the destruction of your own country, burning and smashing things up, this is going to better your life in what way.

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  2. I am an impartial ousider but what I see is the place trashed, stacks of nicked tyres with flowers, deliberate damage and possibly the same people who created the damage complaining abvout the lock of cobbles…

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  3. i notice that old tyres recycling is really a problem in Ukraine….they do it in the same way as they blown up Chernobyl nuclear station…just burning everything…back to their usual state of stupidity…

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  4. Figting against that regime might change something in Uraine, which i support, but damn, as a Pole, upon seeing UPAs flag, there is a sudden hate rising… Rzeź Wołyńska, just look it up…

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  5. I was in Bangkok two weeks ago. Same again. More burning tyres, blood on the streets etc. destroyed cop cars. These pictures are very common to humans.

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